is someone able to tell me how to configure my modem for the telecom italia adsl?
I'm using a HG655b modem/router with the last LEDE firmware.
The setup should be on pppoa:
VCI = 35
VPI = 8
encap = VC-MUX
user = aliceadsl
pass = aliceadsl
I've installed the pppoa packages successfully but nothing seems to work.
Currently I have 2 interfaces: LAN with static ip 192.168.1.1 and a pppoa set as before
What I have to do to make it working?
Thanks in advance
i've googled and i found this
you should use ppoe not ppoa and the encap should be llc
I've already tried with the same result.
I'm using the browser to set the modem/router.
So it will be appreciate if someone can tell me how to configure it using the browser, not using the terminal with the SSH interface.
I expect something like the commercial modem/router where you can do all in the browser. Normally there is a setup wizard using those.
as you can read here LEDE doesn't support the DSL modem, so you can't make it work as modem-router.
If you have another LEDE capable device you can configure it as following:
- revert the modem to its original firmware
- configure the modem in bridge mode
- configure the LEDE router to handle PPPoA/E connection on WAN
- connect the WAN port of the router to one of the LAN port of the modem
- connect your LAN devices to the LAN ports of the router
Please note that you will only be able to run PPPoA directly from a dsl capable device, so with a bridged modem you need to use PPPoE.
Why there's no WAN interface available on this device?
Is it a limitation of LEDE using the HG655b/d?
It seems looking at this page https://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/huawei/hg655d.
No progress has been done from that openWrt version?
Specs for the bcm6348 are in progress, while bcm6338/6345/6358 are in queue. Bcm6368 seems to use a different architecture
Because seems to be easy to configure a LEDE device for the adsl connection.
Thanks in advance
If you mean using the RJ11(DSL) port as WAN, LEDE/OpenWrt does not support the DSL modem because of no available driver, you can read it here: https://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/hardware/soc/soc.broadcom.bcm63xx
You can configure one of the RJ45 port to be the WAN port (https://lede-project.org/docs/user-guide/switch_configuration) if you'd like to use it as router only.
In fact it's easy:
you can't use the HG655b as both modem & router with LEDE;
this is possible only with the factory firmware;
you can set your HG655b in (modem) bridge mode and have another LEDE router handling the PPPoE connection;
you can use your HG655b as router with LEDE, but the DSL modem isn't available this way.